According to the University of Oregon’s Index of Economic Indicators, they discovered that the Oregon Economy dipped down in July… falling 0.1 percent to 100.9 compared to a 1997 benchmark of 100.
The Indicators discovered that three indicators improved, which were Oregon residential building permits, US consumer confidence, and core manufacturing orders. On the other hand, Oregon’s Labor market worsened.
Oregon jobs that were affected by unemployment fell on workers hands that were employed in construction, manufacturing, and financial services.
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